|Hazard in 6 Manifestations (Em096) - Weltausstellung|
WELTAUSSTELLUNG - hazard in 6 manifestations 1. STRANG (first manifestation) 2. PIANO, THE BANG BANG SHOCK CULTURE (second manifestation) 3. STRINGS (third manifestation) 4. RHYTHMN (fourth manifestation) 5. ACHTUNG (interlude) 6. STOERUNG (fifth manifestation) 7. ZUG (interlude) 8. FORBIDDEN ZONE (sixth manifestation) protagonists of hazard - action are(tracknumbers bracketed): ANJA LAUTERMANN - glockenspiel (1), prepared piano (2), piano-knock (2), prepared spinet-strings (3), flute (4,6,8)...
Keywords: weltausstellung; musik theatre; musique concrete; fluxus/happening; industrial; dada; south-east asian / japanese music; psychedelic folk; soundscuplture; text-sound; elektronic music; live - electronic; free - improvisation; intuitive music; noise / drone; documentaries; field recordings; microphony; larynx-mic and contact-mic
|Diderot's Clock Man (Em136) - Yasuo Akai|
Yasuo Akai, Diderot's Clock-man 1. Beating an Un-dead Horse (6'07") 2. From the Ridgeline (4'39") 3. Interlude (1'37") 4. Diderotâs Clock-man (1'58") 5. Slow Blues (8'44") Yasuo Akai, Tokyo-based composer, worked with the German choreographer Thomas Plischke, and participated in some residency programs in Belgium. Yasuo Akai - My interests lie in performing arts, art history/theory, and acoustic ecology...
Keywords: yasuo akai; electronic musik; noise; electronica; ambient; soundscape; pastoral; electronics; synthesizer; tokyo; japan; thomas plischke; experimental music; soundd worlds; fsol; aphex twin; jean-claude gallotta; japanese composer; composer; japanese music; kyoto city; free download; sound collage; music concrete; musique concrete; new music; electronic classical; modern music